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trokua

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Mmkay! 1 hour ago, I was using my Dell XPS system, and it's a beaut. But When I moved the tower and tried to startup, I got to the Windows XP loading screen, then got that wonderful blue screen of death! UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME. You know the one :whistling: Anyways, I tried restarting in safe mode and I get the same result. So I tried to use my XP disc to repair the drive, but when the setup program gets all loaded, and I have the option, I push "R" to repair, and it tells me that it can't find a hard disk! This is a serious issue!!! I need this drive mucho mucho much!!
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http://www.computing...rum/134376.html

http://support.micro...=297185&sd=RMVP

There are lots of info if you do a google search on your problem...above are a couple I found.

Good Luck with your awesome system.....
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I appreciate that, but non of those tackle the issue that I'm no longer seeing my SATA hard drive
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Hello and welcome to GeeksToGo. This is not the proper area to post computer questions, as is stated very cleary in the topic name and description. I am moving this thread to the Windows XP forum, where you will be better served.

Can you tell me what exactly prompted you to post in the Feedback forum, instead of elsewhere? We're trying to find a way to help guide people to post in the proper areas, so they can receive help faster. Your response to my question will help us help you better!
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